The Muse by Jessie Burton

It's 1967 and Odelle is offered a job as a typist in a London art gallery. A budding writer from Trinidad, she doesn't realise how much life will change for her whilst working for Marjorie Quick. In 1936 Olive is living with her art dealer father, and her mother in Spain. Isaac and Teresa arrive... Continue Reading →

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A Book For Her by Bridget Christie

A Book for Her is Bridget Christie's thoughts on feminism alongside her personal experiences as a comedian. In her own words if she can make terrible things funny then she might be onto something. Bridget admits she doesn't say anything new, but covers feminist issues with humour. Topics range from politics and the media, to... Continue Reading →

The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd

Reviewed January 2014: The Invention of Wings follows two girls from the deep south in the 19th century; Sarah and her slave Hetty. The book tracks their journey through adolescence and into adulthood exploring the challenges and emotions of the two both together and separately. Initially it felt like a story I already knew and... Continue Reading →

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